Carlisle Cricket Club pavilion at Edenside was flooded in 2005 and 2015. The club has been working on possible options to relocate the pavilion to higher ground on the opposite side. As part of the preparation for the planning application, the club commissioned archaeologists to carry out investigations.
Following initial archaeology found which uncovered evidence of Roman baths, Carlisle City Council funded extra days for the dig to be extended. The work has uncovered significant archaeology and high quality finds which would not have been discovered without the support of the Council.
The work has uncovered evidence of Roman baths that would have been used by Roman cavalry based at Stanwix. The work has uncovered significant archaeology and high quality finds which would not have been discovered without the support of the Council. The site has revealed original floors, walls, painted plasterwork, coins in exceptional condition, cooking vessels and an inscription which is also in exceptional condition.
All Photgraphs courtesy of Stuart Walker Photography 2017
A 360 degree photo of an Archaeological dig site uncovering a Roman Bath House. Click image to drag and zoom around the photo
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Archaeologists unearth what is believed to be a Roman Bath House. This is the most significant discovery in Carlisle in recent times which has been uncovered on the site at Carlisle Cricket Club in Stanwix: 25 May 2017 Stuart Walker Photography 2017 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA